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Shall We Dance? (2004)

4.5 out of 5 stars 172 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Stanley Tucci, Susan Sarandon, Richard Gere, Jennifer Lopez
  • Directors: Peter Chelsom
  • Format: PAL, Widescreen, Colour
  • Language: Italian, English
  • Subtitles: Italian, English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: CD
  • Run Time: 102.00 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (172 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0041KW7EC
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 431,548 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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John Clark è un avvocato di successo: un'ottima posizione, una bella moglie, due figli meravigliosi. Eppure tutto questo sembra non bastargli più. La sera, tornando in metropolitana a casa dal lavoro vede Paulina guardare fuori dalla finestra di una scuola di danza. La sua vita cambia radicalmente quando decide di seguire delle lezioni di ballo e di diventare un ballerino da competizione.

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I have to say that this film had me in tears at one point. It is so sweet and fun-loving. It is the kind of film you do not need to concentrate on and has some excellent dance scenes in it...J-Lo can certainly dance well.

If you prefer deep stuff, avoid it but if you are open minded and just want a movie you can enjoy easily...this is the one!
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If someone told you that Richard Gere and Jennifer Lopez were going to dance together on film you'd expect it to be one of the sexiest dances you could hope to see.They did dance together on Shall We Dance and it was one of the sexiest dances you could hope to see.All the characters in the movie are engaging and the whole cast does a great job.You experience something very romantic and uplifting.Peter Chelsom,who directed Serendipity,directed this film and skilfully draws the viewer into a magical realm that keeps in touch with the real world we all live in.The bonus material on the dvd really is a bonus and I watched it several times.
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But before John Clark (Richard Gere) discovers his love for dancing, the statement above is pretty accurate. He is a lawyer that goes through the same routine each day, and is almost in a state of stupor, until one day, riding the train home, he sees a woman at a window looking out with a forlorn expression. After that, he is hooked, and has to go there and start attending dancing lessons to find more about this mysterious femme. Paulina (Jennifer Lopez) is an instructor at the dancing studio, and lives a frustrated life ever since she was dumped by her dancing partner / lover at the summit of her career, when she was about to compete in Blackwood, the most prestigious dancing competition in the world.
John is married, and even though the relationship with Paulina starts out as a professional one, there is a sense that he is cheating on Beverly (Susan Sarandon). Therefore, he starts hiding his new activity from his family and only gets to share his secret with Link (Stanley Tucci), a co-worker who leads a double life as serious lawyer during the day and a dance machine at night. With this basic set up, the movie succeeds in entertaining through a combination of elements. First, we have the unanswered question of what is going to happen between John and Paulina. Second, the variety of personalities depicted through the different characters allow for a myriad of interesting and funny dialogues. Third, the well choreographed dances allow us to enjoy the music and the artistry of several of the scenes. Finally, even though I found that Gere, Lopez and Sarandon were proficient in their roles, I have to mention Tucci as the actor that should take most of the credit for my enjoyment of this movie.
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Format: Blu-ray
*** THIS REVIEW IS FOR THE BLU RAY VERSION ***

Whenever I'm asked by friends for a movie to lift up a dreary Monday evening after a hard day at work, I reach for "Shall We Dance".
They then look at the cover with sneering suspicion, shake their heads and check my pulse.
Richard Gere and J-Lo! Ballroom Dancing!! You Wot!!!
But they always come back a few days later saying how much they genuinely loved it...

Susan Sarandon and Richard Gere play Beverly and John Clark who are happily married and living in their affluent suburban mansion. They've a well-balanced life with an equally well-balanced daughter and all seems to be in order. But his job as a Chicago Estate Lawyer dealing with other people's last will and testament has become tedious and their same-old existence at home quietly stagnant. One evening heading home after work on the overhead 'L' train, John looks up into "Miss Mitzi's Dancing School" and sees a beautiful woman standing at the window (Jennifer Lopez). Several evenings and sightings later, he finally gets off the train, goes in and unwittingly enrols in Ballroom Dancing classes - and of course everything changes...

Peter Chelsom's 2004 remake of the 1996 Japanese film "Shall We Dansu?" is as lovely as film gets - and its transition to BLU RAY is a real triumph.

The picture is GLORIOUS throughout - far better than the DVD - beautifully framed by cinematographer John De Borman.
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This is a fantastic film, dont take any notice of the citics, you will enjoy a funny heart warming story of a middle age man, namly Richard Gere who thinks he has everything. He discovers dance lessons through Jennifer Lopez. This brings to him a new lease of life. The best part of the film which is towards the end, is where Richard and Jennifer dance with each other, this will have you hairs dancing all over you body, just great filming. Its a lovley movie and well worth every penny.
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A lovely film that enthralled me from start to finish. It makes me laugh and cry all at the same time so whatever you do don`t miss this one.
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